Pork Free 196
Half baked (Hanjyuku) cheese tart is the latest fad in town, even the normal bakeries are offering it now to catch up with the trend.
Tokyo Secret in Ikano Power Centre started it all and their business flourished through word-of-mouth publicity. Even I was convinced to give it a try after many of my friends sang praises of it.
Tao Chinese Cuisine is InterContinental Hotel KL's signature restaurant and it has a reputation of serving some of the best pork-free dim sum in town. What better way to try them out than indulging in their all you can eat dim sum promotion? Priced at RM78 nett per person, the buffet is only available in the weekends and public holidays.
Gyu-Kaku has been one of the yakiniku restaurants I wanted to try ever since they opened in KL. When I learnt that they are having a buffet promotion, I knew it was the best time to finally give it a try.
What makes Nyonya Cendol House's cendol special is that they also serve it with extra real fruit toppings like durian, mango, jackfruit and etc. You can still get the original with red beans but that would pretty much defeat the purpose of coming here.
Instead of playing it safe and replicating other cafes' success, Thirdwave cafe at Nexus, Bangsar South is willing to experiment with new recipes that translate into unique and creative dishes. The menu is extensively diverse so you ought to find something you like.
Admittedly, Ruyi & Lyn is not the cheapest restaurant around. But if you are looking for a new culinary experience and memories that will be cherished for a long time, then you don't need to look any further. The restaurant presents more than just Instagram-worthy dishes, as each of them is a delectable play of Asian flavors.